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Mohammed Abu Nimer (1991-92 Peace Scholar)
George Mason University | "Conflict Resolution between Arabs and Jews in Israel: A Study of Six Intervention Programs."

Zachary Abuza (1996-97 Peace Scholar)
Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University | "Coping With China: Vietnamese Elite Responses to an Emerging Superpower."

Alice Ackerman (1991-92 Peace Scholar)
University of Maryland | "Foreign Policy Issues in a Newly Unified Germany."

Xanthe Ackerman (2009-10 Peace Scholar)
Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University | "After War in Africa: Can the Education Sector by Harnessed to Prevent a Return to Conflict? Case Study on Uganda with perspectives from South Sudan and Liberia"

Zubin Adrianvala (2013-14 Peace Scholar)
University of Maryland, College Park | "The Ethnic Community: Urban Form, Peace, Conflict, and Violence in Urban India"

George Agbango (1988-89 Peace Scholar)
Atlanta University | "Political Instability and Economic Development in Sub-Saharan Africa."

Maria Aguilar (2013-14 Peace Scholar)
Tulane University | "Policing ‘Subversives’ and Citizens: Reorganization and transformations of the Guatemalan National Police, 1944-1985"

Burcu Akan (1997-98 Peace Scholar)
School of International Service, American University | "Praying for a Nation: Islamization and Construction of Ethnic Albanian Identity in Macedonia."

Nida Alahmad (2005-06 Peace Scholar)
New School University | "Survival of a State: Looking Inside the Boundaries of the Iraqi Ba'thist State"

Cecilia Albin (1989-90 Peace Scholar)
The Johns Hopkins University | "Resolving Conflicts over Indivisibles through Negotiation: The Case of Jerusalem."

Lori Allen (2004-05 Peace Scholar)
Department of Anthropology, University of Chicago | "Suffering Through a Nationalist Uprising: Violence, Victimization, and Human Rights in Palestinian Politics."

Susan H. Allen (1997-98 Peace Scholar)
Institute for Conflict Analysis and Resolution, George Mason University | "Finding Order in the Chaos of Multiple Conflict Resolution Interventions in Eurasian Secessionist Conflict."

Antony Anghie (1993-94 Peace Scholar)
Harvard University | "International Law, Human Rights and Cultural Identity: a New Approach to Ethnic Identity?"

Anthony Armstrong (1988-89 Peace Scholar)
University of Washington | "Breaking the Ice: Initiatives to Improve Relations with a National Adversary."

Senem Aslan (2006-07 Peace Scholar)
University of Washington | "National Makeovers and Resistance: Kurdish and Berber Activism in Turkey and Morocco."

Severne Autesserre (2004-05 Peace Scholar)
Department of Politics, New York University | "The Politics of the Peace Process in the Eastern Congo."

B

Eileen Babbitt (1989-90 Peace Scholar)
Massachusetts Institute of Technology | "Beyond Neutrality: The Use of Leverage by Powerful States as Mediators in International Conflict."

Daniel Bahr (1988-89 Peace Scholar)
Iowa State University | "Explaining International Voluntary Cooperation under Anarchy: An Analysis of Emergent Norm-Governed Behavior as Substitute for a Global Sovereign."

Naazneed Barma (2005-06 Peace Scholar)
University of California, Berkeley | "Shared Sovereignty: Building Democracy and Reconstructing State Capacity in postconflict Nation-States"

Geoffrey Bate (1990-91 Peace Scholar)
City University of New York | "The Anthropological Sources of Basque Terrorism."

Fodei Joseph Batty (2007-08 Peace Scholar)
Western Michigan University | "What Role for Ethnicity? Political Mobilization in Post-Conflict Sierra Leone and Liberia."

Martijn van Beek (1994-95 Peace Scholar)
Cornell University | "Social Identification and Ethnic Mobilization in Ladakh, India."

Michael Beevers (2008-09 Peace Scholar)
University of Maryland | "Environmental and Natural Resources Goveranance: A Missing Link for Post-Conflict Peacebuilding"

Tyson Belanger (2011-12 Peace Scholar, Non-Stipendiary)
Harvard University | The Power of Promises: A Strategic Advantage for Democracies?

Michelle Bellino (2012-13 Peace Scholar)
Harvard University | "Memory in Transition: Historical Consciousness and Civic Attitudes among Youth in ‘Post-War’ Guatemala"

Orna Ben-Naftali (1988-89 Peace Scholar)
Tufts University | "A Court of Lost Appeal: The United States and the Idea and Institution of a World Court to 1985."

Louis-Alexandre Berg (2009-10 Peace Scholar)
Department of Government, Georgetown University | "From Patronage to Public Good: The Political Economy of Post-Conflict Security Sector Reform"

Yelena Biberman (2012-13 Peace Scholar)
Brown University | "Gambling with Violence? Why States Outsource the Use of Force to Extremist Non-State Actors"

Anika Binnendijk (2007-08 Peace Scholar)
Tufts University | "Holding Fire: Security Force Allegiance During Nonviolent Uprisings."

Shawn Bird (1998-99 Peace Scholar)
University of Florida | "Institutional Reform and Democratization in Post-War El Salvador."

Belete Bizuneh (2004-05 Peace Scholar)
Department of History, Boston University | "Pastoralists, States, and Violence Along the Ethiopian-Kenyan-Somali Borderland, ca. 1897-1980s."

Christopher Blattman (2006-07 Peace Scholar)
University of Berkeley | "What’s Special about Being a Child Soldier? Estimating the Labor Market Impact of Involuntary Military Service Using a Survey of Young Ex-combatants in Uganda."

Daniel Blocq (2012-13 Peace Scholar)
University of Wisconsin – Madison | "Formation of Armed Self-Defense Groups"

Mia M. Bloom (1995-96 Peace Scholar)
Department of Political Science, Columbia University | "Failures of Intervention: The unintended consequences of mixed messages and the exacerbation of ethnic conflict."

Catherine Bolten (2005-06 Peace Scholar)
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor | "Post-war Identity and the Historical Imagination in Northern Sierra Leone"

Jean Boone (1991-92 Peace Scholar)
Georgetown University | "Trading in Power: The Politics of Soviet Foreign Economic Reform, 1986-1991."

Ivelina Borisova (2008-09 Peace Scholar)
Harvard University | "Child Soldiers Coming Home From War: Family and Caregiver Impact on Psychosocial Reintegration and Adjustment"

Lisa Brandes (1988-89 Peace Scholar)
Yale University | "Public Opinion, International Security Policy, and Gender: The United States and Great Britain since 1945."

Jurgen Brauer (1988-89 Peace Scholar)
University of Notre Dame | "Military Expenditures, Arms Production, and the Economic Performance of Developing Nations."

D'Arcy Brissman (2012-13 Peace Scholar)
Department of History, Duke University | "Democracy by Drill and Harrow": Haitian Civil-Military Relations and U.S. Occupation, 1915-1934."

Michael Broache  (2012-13 Peace Scholar)
Columbia University | "International Criminal Court Interventions in Ongoing Conflict"

Steven Brooke  (2012-13 Peace Scholar)
University of Texas | "Clients of Islam: Islamist Groups and the Politics of Social Service Provision in the Middle East"

Rebecca Bryant (1993-94 Peace Scholar)
University of Chicago | "Educating Ethnicity: On the Birth and Reproduction of the Cypriot Ethnic Conflict."

Ryan Burgess (2007-08 Peace Scholar)
Columbia University | "A Psychosocial Analysis of Formal and Nonformal Education Approaches for Displaced, Violence-Affected Children in Colombia."

Jennie Burnet (2000-01 Peace Scholar)
Department of Anthropology, University of North Carolina | "Crisis as Opportunity: Women and Reconciliation in Rwanda."

Katherine Burns (1996-97 Peace Scholar)
Department of Political Science, MIT | "Subnational Power and Multilateral Cooperation in Northeast Asia."

Josephine Burt (1993-94 Peace Scholar)
Columbia University | "Failing States and Political Vacuums: The Struggle for Local Power and the Demise of Democracy in Peru, 1980-1995."

Ahsan Butt (2011-12 Peace Scholar)
Department of Political Science, University of Chicago | "Goodbye or See You Later? Why States Fight Some Secessionists But Not Others."

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Charles T. Call (1995-96 Peace Scholar)
Department of Political Science, Stanford University | "From Soldiers to Cops: 'War Transitions' and the Demilitarization of Policing in Latin America and the Caribbean."

Susanna Campbell (2008-09 Peace Scholar)
Tufts University | "Organizational Barriers to Peace: Pathologies of International Peacebuilding"

Paola Castano-Rodriguez (2009-10 Peace Scholar)
University of Chicago | "'The Time of the Victims': Institutional Practices and Understanding of Violence in the National Commission of Reparation and Reconciliation in Colombia"

Tatiana Carayannis (2005-06 Peace Scholar)
The City University of New York | "Hybrid Wars, Conflict Networks, and Multilateral Responses: The Congo Wars, 1996-2004"

Brett Carter  (2012-13 Peace Scholar)
Harvard University | "Inside Autocracy"

Anthony Chase (1998-99 Peace Scholar)
Tufts University | "Relativism and Reality in the Muslim World: Islamic Law and International Human Rights Law in Political Context."

Pamela Chasek (1992-93 Peace Scholar)
Johns Hopkins University | "From Stockholm to Rio: An Analysis of 20 Years of Multilateral Environmental Negotiation in the United Nations System."

Ajin Choi (1998-99 Peace Scholar)
Duke University | "Democracy, Alliances, and War Performance in Militarized International Conflicts, 1812-1992."

Julia Choucair Vizoso  (2012-13 Peace Scholar)
Yale University | “The Ties that Bind: Ethnic Exclusion in Authoritarian Regimes”

Alev I. Cinar (1995-96 Peace Scholar)
Department of Political Science, University of Pennsylvania | "Bodies, Places and Time: Islamic Visibilities in the Public Sphere and the Contestations of Secular Modernity in Turkey."

Martha Clark (2007-08 Peace Scholar)
Cornell University | "In the Company of Soldiers: Private Security Companies' Impact on Military Effectiveness."

Erik Cleven (2011-12 Peace Scholar)
Department of Polical Science, Purdue University | "Elites, Youth and Informal Networks: Explaining Ethnic Violence in Kenya and Kosovo."

Benjamin Coates (2009-10 Peace Scholar)
Columbia University | "Trans-Atlantic Advocates: American International Law and U.S. Foreign Relations, 1898-1919"

Dara Cohen (2008-09 Peace Scholar)
Stanford University | "Understanding Sexual Violence During Civil War: Evidence from Sierra Leone, Timor Leste and El Salvador"

Kathleen Collins (1996-97 Peace Scholar)
Department of Political Science, Stanford University | "Post-Soviet Political Transitions in Central Asia."

Michele Commercio (2000-01 Peace Scholar)
Department of Political Science, University of Pennsylvania | "Contentious Peace in Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan, and Latvia."

Richard Conroy (1992-93 Peace Scholar)
University of Notre Dame | "Beyond Peacekeeping: Strategies of United Nations Peace Enforcement in a Turbulent World."

Jennifer Curtis (1998-99 Peace Scholar)
Washington University | "Making Peace: Community Development in West Belfast."

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Xinyuan Dai (1997-98 Peace Scholar)
Department of Political Science, University of Chicago | "On Compliance: International Institutions and Domestic Constituency."

Jaleh Dashti-Gibson (1996-97 Peace Scholar)
Department of Government, University of Notre Dame | "Sharpening the Bite: A Framework for Monitoring Multilateral Economic Sanctions."

Josip Dasovic (2002-03 Peace Scholar)
Department of Political Science, Brown University | "Social Networks as a Bulwark against Inter-Ethnic Violence at the Community Level in the Former Yugoslavia."

Kurt Dassel (1994-95 Peace Scholar)
Columbia University | "Domestic Instability, the Military, and War."

Mark F. Davidheiser (2001-02 Peace Scholar)
Department of Anthropology, University of Florida | "Multiculturalism and Peacemaking: Conflict Mediation in the Gambia."

Christopher Day (2011-12 Peace Scholar)
Northwestern University | The Fates of Rebels: The Politics of Insurgency Survival and Demise

William DeMars (1991-92 Peace Scholar)
Notre Dame University | "Helping People in a People's War: Humanitarian Organizations and the Ethiopian Conflict, 1980-1988."

Ralph DiMuccio (1992-93 Peace Scholar)
University of Southern California | "Interdependence and Exchange in Interstate Relationships: A Reassessment of Anglo-German Relations in the 1930s."

Daniela Donno (2006-07 Peace Scholar)
Yale University | "Defending Democratic Norms: Regional Intergovernmental Organizations and the Consolidation of Democracy."

Stuart Douglas (1999-00 Peace Scholar)
Department of Anthropology, Rice University | "The Cultural Politics of Reconciliation: An Ethnography of Reparation and Rehabilitation in Contemporary South Africa."

Angelica Duran-Martinez (2011-12 Peace Scholar)
Brown University | Criminals, Cops and Politicians: The Dynamics of Drug Violence in Colombia and Mexico

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Casey Ehrlich (2013-14 Peace Scholar)
University of Wisconsin-Madison | "Grassroots Peace: Village-level Reconstruction in Colombia"

Alan Emery (1996-97 Peace Scholar)
Department of Sociology, University of Southern California | "The National Party in the Democratic Transformation of South African Politics, 1976-1991."

Andrew Erdmann (1998-99 Peace Scholar)
Harvard University | "Politics by Other Means: Americans' Search for 'Victory' in the Twentieth Century."

Gil Eyal (1994-95 Peace Scholar)
University of California, Los Angeles | "The Breakdown of Czechoslovakia."

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Daniel Fahey (2008-09 Peace Scholar)
University of California, Berkeley | "Armed Conflict and Post-Conflict Development in Uganda"

Tulia G. Falleti (2001-02 Peace Scholar)
Department of Political Science, Northwestern University | "Decentralization Trajectories and Balance of Power in Argentina, Mexico and Colombia, 1982-1999."

Alex Fattal  (2013-14 Peace Scholar)
Harvard University | "Guerrilla Marketing: Information War and the Demobilization of FARC Rebels"

Nora Femenia (1991-92 Peace Scholar)
Syracuse University | "National Self-Images, Enemy Images and Conflict Strategies in the 1982 Falkland/Malvinas War."

Huiyun Feng (2003-04 Peace Scholar)
Arizona State University, Department of Political Science | "A Dragon on Defense: China's Strategic Culture and War."

Joel S. Fetzer (1995-96 Peace Scholar)
Department of Political Science, Yale University | "National Borders / Cultural Boundaries: Public Attitudes toward Immigration in the United States, France, and Germany."

Michael Findley(2006-07 Peace Scholar)
University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign | "Spoiling the Peace or Seeking the Spoils? Civil War Peace Processes and the Impact of Spoilers."

Karl-Orfeo Fioretos(1994-95 Peace Scholar)
Columbia University | "Managing Interdependence in the New Europe: Economic Exchange and the Consolidation of Peace."

Thomas Firestone (1989-90 Peace Scholar)
University of California, Berkeley | "The Methods and Intent of Soviet Efforts to Influence Western European Public Opinion against NATO Deployments."

Ann Florini (1994-95 Peace Scholar)
University of California, Los Angeles | "Transparency and International Relations."

Coleen Fox (1997-98 Peace Scholar)
Department of Geography, University of Oregon | "Hydro-Development and Potential Crisis in the Mekong: Strategies for Peace in an Interstate Watershed."

Keren Fraiman (2011-12 Peace Scholar)
Department of Political Science, Massachusetts Institute of Technology | "Not in Your Backyard: Coercion, Base States and Violent Non-State Actors."

Carla P. Freeman (1995-96 Peace Scholar)
Department of China Studies, The Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies of the Johns Hopkins University | "China's Reform Challenge: The Political Economy of Reform in Northeast China, 1978-1998."

Nathalie Frensley (1989-90 Peace Scholar)
University of Texas at Austin | "Domestic Politics and International Conflict Termination: The Dynamic Group Theory of Conflict Processes with Northern Ireland as a Test Case."

Gabriela M. Fried (2002-03 Peace Scholar)
Department of Sociology, University of California, Los Angeles | "Reconciling Authoritarian Legacies: Enduring Collective Memories of Political Repression, Disappearance, Political Prison and Exile in Uruguay Today."

Suzanne E. Fry (2002-03 Peace Scholar)
Department of Political Science, New York University | "When States Kill Their Own: Understanding the Legitimation Process."

Alejandro de la Fuente (1994-95 Peace Scholar)
University of Pittsburgh | "'With All and For All': Race, Inequality, and Politics in Cuba, 1900-1930."

Melissa Ann Fuller (1996-97 Peace Scholar)
Department of Political Science, UCLA | "Nations Dividing: Ethnic Conflict and its Democratic Management."

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Kurt Taylor Gaubatz (1989-90 Peace Scholar)
Stanford University | "Elections and War: A Study of the Electoral Incentive in the Democratic Politics of War and Peace."

Marc Genest (1990-91 Peace Scholar)
Georgetown University | "Negotiating in the Public Eye: The Impact of the Press on the Intermediate- Range Nuclear Force Negotiations."

Mark Geraghty (2007-08 Peace Scholar)
The University of Chicago | "An Ethnographic Investigation of Genocide Ideology in Rwanda."

Behrooz Ghamari-Tabrizi (1997-98 Peace Scholar)
Department of Sociology, University of California,Santa Cruz | "Islamism and the Quest for Alternative Modernities."

Gautam Ghosh (1997-98 Peace Scholar)
Department of Anthropology, University of Chicago | "Defining Diasporas: Partitioned States, Refugee Flows, and Religious Chauvinism in India and Bangladesh, 1947-Present."

Daniel Gibson (1989-90 Peace Scholar)
Duke University | "The Politics of Involuntary Resettlement: World Bank-Supported Projects in Asia (Resettlement Policy, India, Indonesia"

Elise Giuliano (1999-00 Peace Scholar)
University of Chicago | "Paths to the Decline of Nationalism: Ethnic Politics in Russia."

Grant Gordon (2014-15 Peace Scholar)
Columbia University | "Monitoring Conflict to Deter Violence"

Ran Greenstein (1989-90 Peace Scholar)
University of Wisconsin, Madison | "Settlement, Resistance and Conflict: Class, Nation, State and Political Discourse in South Africa and Palestine/Israel to 1948."

​Diana Greenwald (2014-15 Peace Scholar)
University of Michigan | "From Resistance Movement to Ruling Party: The Effect of Conflict Legacies on the Fiscal Performance of New States"

Sheena Chestnut Greitens (2011-12 Peace Scholar)
Department of Government, Harvard University | "Inside the Secret Police: Explaining Patterns of State Violence Under Authoritarianism."

Alexandru-Valentin Grigorescu  (2001-02 Peace Scholar)
Grigorescu Department of Political Science, University of Pittsburgh | "The Impact of International Organizations on Domestic Transparency".

Emily Gunzburger Makas (2003-04 Peace Scholar)
Cornell University, Department of Architecture | "Representing Competing Identities: Building and Rebuilding in Postwar Bosnia-Herzegovina."

H

Devin Hagerty (1993-94 Peace Scholar)
University of Pennsylvania | "The Theory and Practice of Nuclear Deterrence in South Asia."

Henry E. Hale (1995-96 Peace Scholar)
Government Department, Harvard University | "Independence and Integration: Secession and State-Building in the Former Soviet Union."

Philip Hammack (2005-06 Peace Scholar)
University of Chicago | "Identity and the Cultural Psychology of Adolescence: Life Stories of Israeli and Palestinian Youth"

Landon E. Hancock (2001-02 Peace Scholar)
Institute for Conflict Analysis and Resolution, George Mason University | "Peace from the People: Identity Salience in the Northern Ireland Peace Process."

Jussi Hanhimaki (1991-92 Peace Scholar)
Boston University | "Containment, Coexistence, and Neutrality: America, Russia, and the 'Finnish Solution,' 1948-1956."

Karrin Hanshew (2004-05 Peace Scholar)
Department of History, University of Chicago | "Negotiating Terror: Political Violence and Democracy in 1970s West Germany."

Kevan Harris (2011-12 Peace Scholar)
Department of Sociology, Johns Hopkins University | "The Martyrs' Welfare State: The Politics of Social Policy in the Islamic Republic of Iran."

W. Scott Harrop (1989-90 Peace Scholar)
University of Virginia | "Assessing the Ability of Protracted Insurrections to Gain International Approval."

Emma Hayward  (2012-13 Peace Scholar)
University of Pennsylvania | "Legal Pluralism and Group Rights: States and the Devolution of Judicial Power"

Jennifer Hazen (2003-04 Peace Scholar)
Georgetown University | "Rebel Groups, Their Networks, and the Incentives for Continued Warfare."

Yinan He (2001-02 Peace Scholar)
Department of Political Science, Massachusetts Institute of Technology | "Overcoming Shadows of the Past: Historical Trauma and Reconciliation in Europe and East Asia."

Marina Henke (2011-12 Peace Scholar)
Department of Politics and Public Policy, Woodrow Wilson School, Princeton University | "International Security and the Politics of Interdependence."

Jairo Hernandez (1991-92 Peace Scholar)
Tufts University | "Costa Rica as Mediator in the Settlement of Central American Disputes in the 1980s."

Kristine Herrmann (2000-01 Peace Scholar)
School of International Service, American University | "Implementing or Impairing Democracy: Lessons in Democratization Assistance."

Miles Hochstein (1992-93 Peace Scholar)
University of Southern California | "Rethinking Genocide Theory: State Making and Socially Administered Mass Morality."

Amelia Hoover (2008-09 Peace Scholar)
Yale University | "Repertoire of Violence against Noncombatants: The Role of Armed Group Institutions and Ideologies"

Kimberly Howe (2011-12 Peace Scholar)
Tufts University | "What Kind of Peace? Violence Transformation in Contemporary Colombia"

Azra Hromadzic (2006-07 Peace Scholar)
University of Pennsylvania | "Emerging Citizens: Youth, Education and Reconciliation in Post-Conflict Bosnia-Herzegovina."

Alexandra M. Hrycak (1995-96 Peace Scholar)
Department of Sociology, University of Chicago | "From the Iron Fist to the Invisible Hand: Writers, Artists, and the Nation in Ukraine."

Reyko Huang (2011-12 Peace Scholar)
Columbia University | "The Wartime Origins of Postwar Democratization"

I

Tuba Inal (2006-07 Peace Scholar)
University of Minnesota | "Development of Global Prohibition Regimes: Rape and Pillage in War"

Cynthia Irvin (1991-92 Peace Scholar)
Duke University | "Paramilitary Politics in Parliamentary Democracies: Militant Nationalism in Ireland and Spain."

J

Neerada Jacob (2009-10 Peace Scholar)
American University | "Sanctions as a Cause of Nuclear Reversal: (When) Do They Work?"

Vinodh Jaichand (1995-96 Peace Scholar)
Center for Civil and Human Rights, University of Notre Dame Law School | "Achieving Racial Equality through Restitution of Land Rights in South Africa."

Laura Jenkins (1997-98 Peace Scholar)
Department of Political Science, University of Wisconsin, Madison | "Contested Categories: Affirmative Action in India."

Chelsea Johnson (2013-14 Peace Scholar)
Department of Political Science, University of California – Berkeley | "Implementing Peace: Power Sharing in Post-Conflict Societies"

Patrick Johnston (2009-10 Peace Scholar)
Northwestern University | "The Treatment of Civilians in Effective Counterinsurgency Operations"

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Switbert R. Kamazima (2001-02 Peace Scholar)
Department of Sociology, University of Minnesota | "Globalization from Below: Cooperation and Regional Integration along the Tanzania-Uganda Border."

Mikael Karlstrom (1994-95 Peace Scholar)
University of Chicago | "The Cultural Kingdom in Uganda: Popular Royalism and the Restoration the Buganda Kingship."

Jennifer Keister (2011-12 Peace Scholar)
University of California, San Diego | "States Within States: The Social Contracts of Armed Groups"

Pellumb Kelmendi (2014-15 Peace Scholar)
Brown University | "When Rebels become Politicians: the Transformation of Rebel Organizations into Political Parties and their Performance in Post-War Elections"

Dacil Keo (2011-12 Peace Scholar)
University of Wisconsin, Madison | "Local Dynamics of Genocide: Autonomy, Institutions and the Chains of Power"

Naveeda Khan (2002-03 Peace Scholar)
Department of Anthropology, Columbia University | "Authorizing the Muslim Speaking Subject: Religious Debates in Pakistan."

Deepa Khosla (1998-99 Peace Scholar)
University of Maryland | "Third Party Intervention in Ethnic Conflicts: A Force for Peace or Spiraling Violence."

Moira Killoran (1991-92 Peace Scholar)
University of Texas at Austin | "Pirate State, Poet Nation: The Poetic Struggle over 'The Past' in North Cyprus."

Sung Hee Kim (1990-91 Peace Scholar)
Tufts University | "Revenge and Conflict Escalation: The Effects of Power and Audience."

Erin Kimball (2007-08 Peace Scholar)
Northwestern University | "Strategic Causes of Collective Action: Regional Peacekeeping in Africa."

John T. King (2002-03 Peace Scholar)
Department of Education, University of Washington | "Beyond Incommensurability: Fostering Cross-Cultural Understanding in Northern Ireland."

Riina Kionka (1994-95 Peace Scholar)
Columbia University | "The International Politics of Estonian Nationality Policy."

Roudabeh Kishi (2013-14 Peace Scholar)
University of Maryland – College Park | "Does Foreign Aid Lead to Armed Civil Conflict? Examining Aid Dependency and Ethnic Exclusion."

Kathleen Klaus (2013-14 Peace Scholar)
University of Wisconsin – Madison | "Claiming Land: Institutions, Narratives, and Political Violence in Kenya."

Betsy O. Konefal (2002-03 Peace Scholar)
Department of History, University of Pittsburgh | "Rights, Identity and the the Politics of Concientizaci-n: Organizing for Racial and Social Justice in the Guatemalan Highlands, 1960-2000."

Megan Koreman (1990-91 Peace Scholar)
University of California, Berkeley | "From War to Peace: Three French Towns in 1944-1945."

Ronald Krebs (2000-01 Peace Scholar)
Department of Political Science, Columbia University | "A School for the Nation? Military Institutions and the Boundaries of Nationality."

Alan Kuperman (2000-01 Peace Scholar)
Department of Political Science, Massachusetts Institute of Technology | "Tragic Consequences: How and Why Communal Groups Provoke Genocidal Retaliation."

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Mark Lagon (1989-90 Peace Scholar)
Georgetown University | "Crusade For Freedom": International and Ideological Sources of the Reagan Doctrine."

Milli Lake  (2012-13 Peace Scholar)
University of Washington | "Politics of Punishment: Combating Mass Rape in South Africa and Democratic Republic of Congo"

Curtis W. Lambrecht (2001-02 Peace Scholar)
Department of Political Science, Yale University | "Violence in Burmese State-Making: The Making of a Human Rights Pariah."

Barbara Larney (1992-93 Peace Scholar)
Arizona State University | "Children of World War II in Germany: A Life Course Analysis."

Ned Lazarus (2007-08 Peace Scholar)
American University | "Evaluating the North American Generation of Israeli-Palestinian Encounters."

Sandra Leavitt (2004-05 Peace Scholar)
Department of Government, Georgetown University | "Between Security and Conflict: Governments and Muslim Minorities in Asia."

Micah Lebson (2011-12 Peace Scholar)
University of Maryland, College Park | "Why Refugees Rebel: When do Refugees Militarize Against their Country of Origin?"

Itshak Lederman (1990-91 Peace Scholar)
University of Maryland | "Verification of Conventional Arms Control Agreements in Europe."

Terence Lee (2005-06 Peace Scholar)
University of Washington | "The Causes of Military Insubordination: Explaining Military Organizational Behavior in China, Indonesia, Philippines, and Thailand"

Jeffrey Legro (1990-91 Peace Scholar)
University of California at Los Angeles | "Cooperation Within Conflict: Submarines, Strategic Bombing, Chemical Warfare and Restraint in World War II."

Helen Lennon (2004-05 Peace Scholar)
Department of Comparitive Literature, Yale University | "Creating a Witness: Film as Evidence in International War Crimes Tribunals."

Andy Levin (2013-14 Peace Scholar)
University of Pennsylvania | "Vulnerable Spaces: Explaining Sub-National Peacekeeping Outcomes in Civil War."

Janet Lewis (2009-10 Peace Scholar)
Harvard University | "Ending Conflict Early: Incipient States of Insurgency and Counterinsurgency"

Louisa Lombard (2011-12 Peace Scholar)
Duke University | "Raiding Sovereignty in Central African Borderlands"

James Long (2009-10 Peace Scholar)
University of California, San Diego | "Voting, Fraud and Violence: The Problem Elections in Emerging Democracies"

Fernando Lopez-Alves (1988-89 Peace Scholar)
University of California, Los Angeles | "Why Do Unions Coalesce? Labor Solidarity in Colombia and Uruguay."

Janet Lord (1996-97 Peace Scholar)
National Law Center, George Washington University | "Remedies Under International Human Rights Law."

Russell Lucas (1998-99 Peace Scholar)
Georgetown University | "Choice, Constraint, and Regime Survival Strategies: Jordan Since 1989."

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Martin Malin (1992-93 Peace Scholar)
Columbia University | "Entrepreneurial Statecraft: Egypt and the Superpowers, 1952-1967."

Gregory Maney (1999-00 Peace Scholar)
Department of Sociology, University of Wisconsin, Madison | "Transnational Networks and Ethnic Mobilization: Origins of the Troubles in Northern Ireland."

Dorgam Mara'ee (1998-99 Peace Scholar)
Harvard University | "Nationalism, Ethnic Conflict, and the Future of Democracy in the Middle East."

Terrence Markin (1989-90 Peace Scholar)
The Johns Hopkins University | "The West Irian Dispute: How the Kennedy Administration Resolved that "Other" Southeast Asian Conflict."

Melissa McAdam (2011-12 Peace Scholar)
University of California, Berkeley | "Reforming the Police in High Stakes State-Building"

Erin L. McCandless (2002-03 Peace Scholar)
School of International Service, American University | "Transformative Participation in Policymaking: The Case of Zimbabwean Civil Society."

Fredline M’Cormack (2006-07 Peace Scholar)
University of Florida | "Whose Democracy? NGOs and the Democracy Project in Post-Conflict Sierra Leone."

Hugo van der Merwe (1996-97 Peace Scholar)
Institute for Conflict Analysis and Resolution, George Mason University | "Reconciliation in South Africa: The Role of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission."

Roberta Micallef (1993-94 Peace Scholar)
University of Texas at Austin | "The Role of Literature and Intellectuals in National Identity Construction: The Case of Uzbekistan."

Aleksandra Milicevic
Department of Sociology, University of California, Los Angeles | "Joining Serbia's Wars: Volunteers and Draft-Dodgers, 1991-1995."

Daniel Monterescu (2002-03 Peace Scholar)
Department of Anthropology, University of Chicago | "Jewish-Arab Relations, Urban Space, and the State in Palestinian-Israeli Mixed Towns, 1948-2002."

Ellen Moodie (1997-98 Peace Scholar)
Department of Anthropology, University of Michigan | "Negotiating Peace and Memory through Salvadoran News Media."

Adam Moore (2006-07 Peace Scholar)
University of Wisconsin-Madison | "Ethno-territoriality, Local Institutions and the Production of ‘Ethnic Conflict’ in Bosnia-Herzegovina."

Shivaji Mukherjee (2007-08 Peace Scholar)
Yale University | "Low Intensity Long Duration Conflicts: The Maoist Insurgency in India."

Dipali Mukhopadhyay (2008-09 Peace Scholar)
Tufts University | "Warlord as Governor? State-building in Afghanistan, 2001 to Present"

Mark Mullenbach (1999-00 Peace Scholar)
Department of Political Science, University of Arizona | "Third Party Interventions in Intrastate Disputes."

Peter Mwesige (2003-04 Peace Scholar)
Indiana University, Bloomington, Ernie Pyle School of Journalism | "Radio Talk Shows, Political Participation, and Democratization in Uganda.

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Denise Natali (1998-99 Peace Scholar)
University of Pennsylvania | "Manufacturing Identity and Managing Kurds: A Study in the Formation of Ethnonationalism."

Monika Nalepa (2004-05 Peace Scholar)
Department of Political Science, Columbia University | "Shedding the Light: Theory and Practice of Truth Revelation Procedures in Post-Communist Europe."

Daniel Nerenberg (2013-14 Peace Scholar)
Department of Political Science, George Washington University | "Cooperating with the Enemy: Leadership Dynamics and the Shifting Definition of ‘Betrayal' in the Palestinian National Movement, 1967-2012."

Tova Norlen (2005-06 Peace Scholar)
Johns Hopkins University | "Sacred Stones and Religious Nuts: Resolving Conflicts over Absolute Sacred Space."

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Faith Okpotor (2014-15 Peace Scholar)
University of Delaware (UD) | "Electing Violence: Explaining Post-Election Violence in Africa" 

Krisjon Olson (2006-07 Peace Scholar)
University of California, Berkeley | "Youth without Sanctuary: The New Ethics of Humanitarianism in Post-War Guatemala." 

Javier Osorio (2011-12 Peace Scholar)
Department of Political Science, University of Notre Dame | "Hobbes on Drugs: Understanding Drug Violence in Mexico."

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Raul Pangalangan (1988-89 Peace Scholar)
Harvard University | "Competing Normative Themes in Third World Argument in International Law."

Thazhakuzhyil Paul (1989-90 Peace Scholar)
University of California at Los Angeles | "Asymmetric Conflicts: A Study of War Initiation by Lesser Powers."

Jonathan Pearl (2011-12 Peace Scholar, Non-Stipendiary)
University of Maryland, College Park | "Sharing the Keys to the Vault: Explaining Sensitive Nuclear Cooperation with Non-Nuclear States"

Wendy Pearlman (2005-06 Peace Scholar)
Harvard University | "Why Violence? Explaining Patterns in Palestinian Use of Force During the Second Intifada"

Tanya "Negeen" Pegahi (2009-10 Peace Scholar)
University of Chicago | "Dangerous Deterrent? Evaluating the Risk taht Nuclear Acqusition will Embolden Weak States"

Vjekoslav Perica (1996-97 Peace Scholar)
Department of History, University of Minnesota | "The Making of the Post-Yugoslav Nations: Church-Sponsored Political Mobilization in the Former Yugoslavia, 1965-1995."

Todd Perry (1996-97 Peace Scholar)
Department of Government and Politics, University of Maryland | "The Origins and Implementation of the 1992 Nuclear Suppliers Group."

Victor A. Peskin (2002-03 Peace Scholar)
Department of Political Science, University of California, Berkeley | "Conflicts of Justice: International Criminal Tribunals and Domestic Governments."

Stacie Pettyjohn (2007-08 Peace Scholar)
University of Virginia | "Talking with Terrorists: American Policy Toward the ANC, PLO, Sinn Fein, and Hamas."

Jennifer J. Philpot (2001-02 Peace Scholar)
Department of Anthropology, University of Chicago | "Peace Under Fire: Protestantism, Human Rights and Civil Society in Post-War Guatemala."

Paula Pickering (1999-00 Peace Scholar)
Department of Political Science, University of Michigan | "Minority Choices in Postwar Bosnia-Herzegovina."

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Simei Qing (1990-91 Peace Scholar)
Michigan State University | "Chinese and American conceptions of peace, order, and economic development from 1944 to 1984."

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Andrew Radin (2011-12 Peace Scholar)
Massachusetts Institute of Technology | "Politics as War by Other Means: The Effectiveness of State-Building under Foreign Administration"

James Rae (2004-05 Peace Scholar)
Department of Political Science, University of Hawaii | "Justice and Reconciliation in Cambodia and East Timor: The Role of Human Rights in UN Peacebuilding Operations."


Maria Clemencia Ramirez de Jara (1997-98 Peace Scholar)
Department of Anthropology, Harvard University | "The Colonos of the Amazon region of Colombia: Violence, Coca, State-Decentralization and the Construction of Identities."

Laura Reed (1990-91 Peace Scholar)
Massachusetts Institute of Technology | "The Roads Not Taken: The United States Security Debate over Germany, 1944-1949."

Jonathan Renshon (2011-12 Peace Scholar, Non-Stipendiary)
Harvard University | "Fighting for Status: Prestige Motivations and Conflict in World Politics"

Andrew Reynolds (1995-96 Peace Scholar)
Department of Political Science, University of California, San Diego | "Electoral Systems and Democratic Consolidation in Southern Africa."

Isaias Rojas-Perez (2005-06 Peace Scholar)
Johns Hopkins University | "Law, National Reconciliation and Social Repair in Post-war Peru"

Martin Rouse (1992-93 Peace Scholar)
Cornell University | "Trade policies of Indonesia and Thailand as indicators of growing conflict in the region."

Jennifer Rubenstein (2003-04 Peace Scholar)
University of Chicago, Department of Political Science | "Just Samaritans? The Ethics of Private Humanitarian Aid."

Curtis Ryan (1993-94 Peace Scholar)
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill | "Realignments and Crises in Inter-Arab Politics: the Cases of Jordan and Syria."

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Hesham Sallam (2011-12 Peace Scholar)
Department of Government, Georgetown University | "Indispensible Arbiter: Islamists, Economic Reform and Authoritarian Rule in the Arab World."

Jan Sallinger-McBride (1992-93 Peace Scholar) 
University of California, Santa Barbara | "Concertation vs. Transformation: A Comparative Analysis of Democratic Transition in Argentina and Uruguay."

Anoop Sarbahi (2008-09 Peace Scholar)
University of California, Los Angeles | "Organizational Character of Rebel Movements and the Dynamics of Civil Wars"

James Schechter (2003-04 Peace Scholar)
University of Colorado, Boulder, Department of Anthropology | "Finding 'Lost Boys?' Governing Sudanese Minors in a UNHCR Refugee Camp."

David Schimmelpenninck (1996-97 Peace Scholar)
Department of History, Yale University | "'Ex Oriente Lux': Ideologies of Empire and Russia's Far East, 1895-1904."

Benjamin Schonthal (2009-10 Peace Scholar)
University of Chicago | "Public Buddhism?: Religion, Conflict and the State of Sri Lanka"

Luigi Sensi (1988-89 Peace Scholar)
Rutgers University | "The Burden of Hegemony: Superpower Intervention in Civil Wars."

Rebecca P. Sewall (2002-03 Peace Scholar)
Institute for Conflict Analysis and Resolution, George Mason University | "Bartered Peace: Women and Conflict Management Strategies."

Lee Seymour (2006-07 Peace Scholar)
Northwestern University | "Insurgents and International Relations: Sovereignty, Territory and Conflicts of Self-Determination, 1975-2005."

Jonathan E. Shaw (2014-15 Peace Scholar)
University of Michigan | "Always Kadogo: The Mobilization of Children in Conflict and the Legacies of Social Marginalization in North Kivu, Congo (DRC), 1959-2003"

Mona Siegel (1993-94 Peace Scholar)
University of Wisconsin at Madison | "Lasting Lessons: War, Peace and Patriotism in French Primary Schools, 1914-1939."

Paul Silverstein (1996-97 Peace Scholar)
Department of Anthropology, University of Chicago | "Trans-Politics: Islam, Berberity, and the French Nation-State."

David Siroky (2008-09 Peace Scholar)
Duke University | "Secession and Survival" 

Julie Sisskind (1994-95 Peace Scholar)
University of Pennsylvania | "Repartriation, Transitional Settlements, and Community Change in Western Eritrea."

Henrik Sommer (1997-98 Peace Scholar)
Department of Political Science, University of Colorado | "Direct Action and Democratization: The Impact of Nonviolent Direct Action on Apartheid,1976-1994."

Paul Staniland (2009-10 Peace Scholar)
Massachusetts Institute of Technology | "Explaining Cohesion, Fragmentation and Control in Armed Groups"

Scott Straus (2003-04 Peace Scholar)
University of California, Berkeley, Department of Political Science | "The Order of Genocide: Race, Power, and War in Rwanda."

Jelena Subotic (2005-06 Peace Scholar)
University of Wisconsin, Madison | "Hijacked Justice: Domestic Appropriation of International Norms"

Jeremi Suri (1999-00 Peace Scholar)
Department of History, Yale University | "Failed Peace: Detente and Dissent, 1958-1972."

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Winifred Tate (2003-04 Peace Scholar)
New York University, Department of Anthropology | "Suffering Citizens: Human Rights Claims and Counterclaims in Colombia."

Christopher Tennant (1996-97 Peace Scholar)
Department of Anthropology, Harvard University | "Mayas Going Home: A Study of a Multi-Ethnic New Community in Guatemala."

Daniel Thomas (1993-94 Peace Scholar)
Cornell University | "Norms and Change in World Politics: The Helsinki Accords, Human Rights and the Demise of Communism, 1975-1990."

Monica Toft (1996-97 Peace Scholar)
Department of Political Science, University of Chicago | "The Geography of Ethnic Conflict."

Brett B. Troyan (2001-02 Peace Scholar)
Department of History, Cornell University | "Peace and Ethnic Identity in Southwestern Colombia, 1930-1991."

Astrid Tuminez (1993-94 Peace Scholar)
Massachusetts Institute of Technology | "Russian Nationalism, 1865-1995: Content, Empowerment, and Impact on Russian Foreign Policy."

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Amber Ussery (2007-08 Peace Scholar)
University of Arizona | "Possibilities and Pitfalls: Examining the Emergence of Transitional Justice in Post-Conflict Societies."

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Santiago Villaveces (1994-95 Peace Scholar)
Rice University | "Peace, Conflict, and Governance in Contemporary Colombia: toward the manufacturing of consensus."

Lorenzo Vidino (2009-10 Peace Scholar)
Tufts University | "Soft Approaches to Counterterrorism: Counter Radicalization in Great Britain, the Netherlands, and Italy."

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Sadek M. Wahba (1995-96 Peace Scholar)
Department of Economics, Harvard University | "Essays on Migration."

Virginia Walsh (1993-94 Peace Scholar)
University of California at Los Angeles | "International Markets and Interstate Cooperation: United States-Japanese Efforts to Conserve Ocean Life, 1950-1995."

Nicole Watts (1999-00 Peace Scholar)
Near and Middle East Studies Program, University of Washington | "Ethnic Allies and State Power: Kurdish-State Relations in the Middle East."

Michael Weintraub  (2012-13 Peace Scholar)
Georgetown University | "Causes and Consequences of Rebel Alliances in Civil War"

Harry West (1993-94 Peace Scholar)
University of Wisconsin | "Sorcery of Construction and Sorcery of Ruin: Power and Ambivalence on the Mudea Plateau, Mozambique (1882-1994)."

Jon Western (1998-99 Peace Scholar)
Columbia University | "Warring Ideas: Explaining U.S. Military Intervention (1882-1994)."

Joshua White (2011-12 Peace Scholar)
School of Advanced International Studies, Johns Hopkins University | "Conflicted Islamists: Shariah and Anti-State Agitation Among Pakistani Islamist Parties."

Christiane Wilke (2004-05 Peace Scholar)
Department of Political Science, New School University | "A Belated Vindication of Rights: Criminal Trials for Mass Human Rights Violations and the Task of Democratization."

James Winkler (1988-89 Peace Scholar)
Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University | "Stability in the Third World: The Spectrum of Security and Development in U.S. Policy: the case of El Salvador."

Leslie Wirpsa (2003-04 Peace Scholar)
University of Southern California, School of International Relations | "Resources and Indigenous Rights: Transnational Politics and the Expansion of the Oil Frontier in Colombia and Ecuador."

Aaron Wolf (1991-92 Peace Scholar)
University of Wisconsin at Madison | "The Impact of Scarce Water Resources on the Arab-Israeli Conflict: An Interdisciplinary Study of Water Conflict Analysis and Proposals for Conflict Resolution."

Elisabeth Wood (1993-94 Peace Scholar)
Stanford University | "Agrarian Social Relations and Democratization: The Negotiated Resolution of the Civil War in El Salvador."

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Michael Yaffe (1989-90 Peace Scholar)
University of Pennsylvania | "Origins of the Tactical Nuclear Weapons Modernization Program: 1969-1979."

Caroline Yezer (2004-05 Peace Scholar)
Department of Cultural Anthropology, Duke University | "Memory and Truth in the Shadow of War: Local and National Reconciliation in the Peruvian Andes."

Ahmet Yukleyen (2003-04 Peace Scholar)
Boston University, Department of Anthropology | "Sources of Tolerance and Radicalism Among Turkish- Islamic Organizations in Europe (January-December 2004)."

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Sarah Zuckerman (2008-09 Peace Scholar)
Department of Political Science, Massachusetts Institute of Technology | "Achieving Post-War Peace: The Internal Politics of Colombia’s Demilitarizing Paramilitary Groups"